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after the parade. now the ceremony in front of city hall may be too far for some people to see so they'll be able to watch it on this 30- foot screen. >> congratlations to the giants. >> reporter: here on market street this east bay couple was on an exploratory mission. seeking a good spot for the parade. >> we'll probably get up at 4:30, get on b.a.r.t. by 5:00 and get here to get a spot. >> reporter: this foodstand is closing after breakfast. >> it's part of the celebration. i'll be standing here so i can see the giants. >> i think we're going to get a lot of people just asking for direction and bathroom and the usual, yeah. so hopefully we will get some halloween sales. >> reporter: at city hall much of the planning has centered around security. at the giant's vick treu parade two years ago, 1 million people attended and by all accounts it went smoothly -- at the giant's victory parade two years ago. but after the giant's win there was vandalism. >> there will be officers in the crowd and securing civic center. >> let's take a day to relax, reflect and celebrate our heros. >> report
sheriff. david. >> reporter: it's happening now in city hall up on the second floor. if ross is removed his lawyers promise to fight it in courtf. reinstated his opponents promise a recall but either way a decision is unlikely until late tonight and here is why. take a live look. dozens of people waiting to speak their mind tonight to the supervisors about the vote. many of them are supporters of the suspended sheriff who say they are angry about efforts to remove him. the ethics commission agreed the mayor that he committed official misconduct but hundreds of the supporters rallied him on the steps of city hall this afternoon. anti domestic activists insist he can't do his job. his supporters say removing him is not democratic. >> the elected official in me said that -- most of all, most of all this case is about unprecedented, mayoral power, claiming the ability to charge any elected official in this city with official misconduct with or without a conviction and on a case by case basis. >> i'm asking you not to be scared of setting a precedent, of removing a sheriff sheriff from off
for something. >> can you declare the city of oakland a state of emergency that we can get some help in here to put public safety number one in the city? >> reporter: governor brown promised help. >> i will make sure that our highway patrolmen are beefed-up for the city of oakland and work with the police department. >> i felt so good about his statements that he made. >> >> reporter: jackson said it's an issue his parishioners live and suffer with every day, there have been 98 murders in oakland this year, most due to gun violence. while we were sitting down for this interview, police responded to shots fired. jackson said more police resources will deter criminals. >> when they know something will be done and they have the enforcement to make it happen, i think we will have some changed mind sets when it comes to shootings and homicides. >> oakland police have 628 officers on staff. 200 fewer than the department had a few months ago. >> we are open to anything that can help the oakland police department. >> >> reporter: we tried to reach governor brown several days earlier to ask him about
work overtime to help patrol the streets. >> i'm assigning people within the city of oakland that will not be focusing on any other highway patrol duties. >> reporter: it comes on the heels of requests for help. >> we need safety in the city. >> reporter: captain says the chp has partnered with oakland police before. the agencies worked together on a gang reduction task force. >> there is a decrease. the overall crime went down. their calms for service would go down. >> reporter: the difference is this new partnership isn't gang specific. >> doesn't have the gang name or the actual funding. but it's the same idea. >> reporter: the agencies involved have not yet figured out exactly how much this partnership is going to cost. who is going to pay for it. they also don't know how many offers will be patrolling the streets of oakland on a daily basis. there's a lot of details that need to be worked out. >> alameda sheriffs deputies are calling it one of the most karaoke louse killings they've seen. two teenagers are under arrest accused of killing a woman and setting her house on
the city. allie? >> reporter: well, the message from transit officials, don't drive in san francisco this weekend, unless you absolutely have to. streets are going to be crowded. in some cases, they will be partially closed. take for example, embarcadero, where we're standing. it's going to be down to one lane of traffic northbound the entire weekend. to avoid congestion, setting out on foot may be your best bet. an estimated 1 million people are expected to flock to san francisco this weekend. while there will be more buses, ferries, even temporary bike lanes to accommodate all the visitors, there is another way to get around town. >> walking is a viable option to get around this weekend. we've got a lot of people out there, lot of ambassadors out there to give people information, and walking to these events is a very good option. >> reporter: you could start at golden gate park for the hardly strictly bluegrass festival. catch the first set at 11:00, then begin the hike to marina green. that's where the america's cup village is located. it opens at 10:00. according to google maps,
job. >> reporter: ross mirkarimi said he was ready to reconcile with the city departments. >> it is a new day. we want to move forward, mend fences. >> reporter: mayor ed lee suspended him. the votes of four supervisors enabled ross mirkarimi to regain the job. >> i believe that they sought out an excuse for an inexcusable act that was confirmed by the criminal courts. >> reporter: mayor ed lee said there are hard feelings between his office and ross mirkarimi. >> this city requires us to work together. i will continue doing that. >> i look forward to working with the mayor, and the district attorney. >> reporter: ross mirkarimi says his experience over the last 9 months will make him a more effective sheriff for everyone. >> i want to reach out and plan to in a direct and personal way with any of the leaders of the domestic violence community and anyone else who has doubt. >> reporter: ross mirkarimi will meet with the interim sheriff on transitioning into the job. reporting live in san francisco, david stevenson, ktvu channel 2 news. >> if the district attorney has his w
will be cooler than these. not so much inland. around the bay, redwood city, san francisco, they will come down a few degrees. it is not going to be 90 degrees. as we go through time, go through this week, the middle of the weekend, the marine layer gets fat, fogchise in, cool -- fog comes in, cools us off. wednesday and thursday. look forward to that cooling and hopefully we get through it without fire issues. no spare the air day tomorrow. but air quality, in some places, will be not what you want. wouldn't be a bad idea to carpool. 99 antioch. 99 bread wood -- brentwood. 96 in morgan hill. 97 gilroy. along the coast, really, really, really nice, temperatures tomorrow nice again. five-day forecast with your bay area weekend in view. temperatures come down towards the end. more like you expect for fall. we are lucky we didn't have wind. >> that would have gone like that. >> thank you. >>> coming up on bay area news at 7:00 on tv 36 racing for an over flow of people. >> from oracle to america's cup and fleet week, how the city plans to handle traffic and transit this week. >> and the idea that
to flood the city this weekend for fleet week. and for all of the details on the weekend's fleet week events log on to www.ktvu.com. >>> a double homicide, why neighbors can't believe a friendship ended like this. >> after a deadly time in oakland the police chief lays out what he plans to do to make the streets safer. >> a lot going on this weekend, in san francisco, i got a forecast and we will look that bay area weekend, back here at 6:20 p.m. this is a lot of food for 4 bucks. yeah... think they made a mistake? i don't know - maybe. the fried cheese melt is back for just 4 bucks. 1 of 4 big 4-dollar meals on the 2-4-6-8 value menu. only at denny's. open all night. today, we're forty-seventh out of fifty in per-pupil funding. vo: for years, sacramento politicians have chopped away funds for our schools. now these politicians say unless we send more tax dollars to sacramento, they'll cut education again. here's a new approach. prop thirty-eight sends billions in new education dollars straight to our local schools, and guarantees the politicians can't touch it. thirty-eight will rest
not consider the homicide to be gang rolled. it's the 37th city homicide this year in san jose, a pace that could set a 16-year record. >>> and police announced they may have solved two gang-rolled homicides with the recent arrests of 10 suspects. on machine, police arrested two men in connection with the killing on june 12 of a 17-year- old. last week, officers arrested seven men and a teenager suspected of killing 18-year- old ricky hawkus may 16th. >>> oakland's police chief said that two officers could lose their jobs over actions over it is occupy protest and dozens of others could be disciplined. chief jordan recommended that two officers lose their jobs and asked that one be demoted, 15 be suspended, that three accept counseling and training, and that 23 23 others be reprimanded. >> we help our officers to follow the policy of the department. if they don't, we'll hold them accountable. >> each officer has the right to a hearing before being disciplined. >>> and officials say that an arsonist is becoming increasingly brazen. yet another fire set last night bringing the total num
night. 200 took to the streets, vandalizing. he says in the past year protests cost the city almost $7 million. he had harsh words for the mayer mayer and his cull leagues. >> this mayor cannot continue not taking a position. a very public position. same with the counsel members. >> police say the destruction started when a group of protesters took over the peaceful group afghans for peace. >>> 20 occupy protests were arrested in san francisco on saturday. police say the protesters began throwing things at authorities but one person said officers jumped the gun when they moved in to make arrests. san francisco police say many of the protesters are suspected in a similar protest last month. >>> barbara boxer is joining governor jerry brown and dianne feinstein to reign in our gas prices. ktvu's consumer editor tom vacar has more. >> reporter: if we are lucky gas prices will start to fall and retail prices could soon fall as early as tonight. >> reporter: dianne feinstein asked them to investigate the pain otthe pump. she wants to know -- pain at the pump. she wants to know if they are o
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